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after 4 ...d5. 5.exd5 Qxd5 the queen does have control over the centre but it's temporary. 6. Nc3 attacks blacks queen and gains a tempo. a good rule of thumb is to only move your queen after you've developed your minor pieces, this helps you to better see where she is needed
At the move 24 " Qxd1+, Qxd1 Nxa2+, Kb1 Rxd1, and White's pieces are still tangled up."
I think that the game it will last long this way , by the movement of white king or will be draw .
Ah, it's too early in the morning to do this :P
EDIT: 'this' refers to analyzing a low-level game filled with blunders
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"Reykjavik Open, Round 7 | Commentary by FM Ingvar Johannesson & Fiona Steil-Antoni"
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